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Drew Swansong ends on a high Read more »

Drew Swansong ends on a high

Two outright victories and a Magpie Round was a very nice way for the club to finish the season against Casey South Melbourne. The club has finished seventh in the Club Championship, with three teams playing finals next week. At the 4th XI, maximum points…


Pies endure the Heat against Frankston Read more »

Pies endure the Heat against Frankston

The Camberwell Magpies were the only team to surpass 300 in the round of 1st XI two day matches, while the 3rd & 4th XIs have given themselves a chance against Frankston Peninsula after the first day of Round 14. At Watson Park, the boys…


Happy chappy as 4ths secure Magpie Day Read more »

Happy chappy as 4ths secure Magpie Day

Robert Capstick was the hero, the 4th XI number 11 managing to score the winning run to ensure victory for the Fourths down at Kardinia Park, and in doing so earn Camberwell a “Magpie Day” with four wins against Geelong. The morning didn’t get off…


Ringwood brings three wins Read more »

Ringwood brings three wins

In a nice piece of symmetry, the third round of T20s brought us three wins, as only the 3rd XI missed out. We also missed the rain and storms that threatened throughout, with no rain breaks at all despite some very dark clouds. At “The…


Sneaking two wins past the Tigers Read more »

Sneaking two wins past the Tigers

Rain interrupted the afternoon on Saturday, but the 1st XI snuck the points having completed five overs in their chase, and in doing so were able to grab a vital four points in their season. Playing out at Central Reserve, Monash Tigers won the toss…


Pies take three against the Dees Read more »

Pies take three against the Dees

Camberwell had a good weekend against Melbourne, taking three wins in Round 3, while the 4th XI had a shocker they’ll be looking to forget. At Watson Park, we won the toss and captain Angus Brown asked Melbourne to bat. His opposition number took to…


Season Wrap - 2nd XI Read more »

Season Wrap – 2nd XI

The season was a disappointment for the 2nd XI after a strong start to the season. Our captain Mark Dwyer had an unfortunate injury over the summer break, and the loss of leadership was felt as we won only one game after the break. Our batting…


Magpies winged by Tigers Read more »

Magpies winged by Tigers

The 4th XI, on the back of Assistant Coach Neil Gray, held up their end of the bargain, but the other three teams weren’t able to threaten Monash on the weekend, in the last round before finals. The weekend’s results, with Dandenong’s 1st XI losing, meant…


Magpies wallow after effort with willow Read more »

Magpies wallow after effort with willow

The weekend was not happy for those Pies supporters watching along on twitter. With all four teams batting first, no team managed to pass 150 as we were all bowled out on the first day of play, and are behind the eight ball at stumps in…


Two Pies, Two Dogs for the day Read more »

Two Pies, Two Dogs for the day

The home teams both had good wins this weekend, while the 2nd & 4th XI ended up with very different outcomes out at Footscray, lowering their colours with some ordinary batting displays the feature. At Tony Dodemaide Oval, Ben McIntosh (17) and Tom Shannon (15) resumed…


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